There is a lot of hype surrounding the new Nothing Phone 1, a device from a company started by OnePlus ex-chief Carl Pei.
Other than its interesting set of specs, the Nothing Phone 1 garnered a lot of buzz thanks to its transparent design that sure is a stunner. A lot of people want to get it, but a lot of them can’t due to its limited release and due to the fact that, well, they already own a smartphone.
Thankfully, there’s a way to make your device look like one. Here comes dBrand, a company that specializes in gadget skins to make your gizmos look more interesting and, in this case, look like a Nothing Phone 1.
Dubbed as the dbrand Something skin, it can make your Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Google Pixel 6 Pro, or iPhone 13 Pro Max have a transparent white background similar to how the Nothing device looks like.
Dbrand went a little cheeky in marketing their new skin. In its website, the company said “Some might accuse us of theft. Here’s our counter: we stole nothing.”
“That’s not theft – it’s plagiarism, which is definitely not a crime. We checked,” Dbrand said, after saying that they spent “a lot of time” dissecting electronics — an investment the company said making the Something skins “uniquely qualified to rip off an industrial design and ‘creatively reinterpret’ it for other devices.”
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Knowing how Carl Pei was an expert in guerilla marketing that helped OnePlus become popular, it’s hard to believe that he didn’t have anything to do with it.
Anyhow, interested buyers can get the dbrand Nothing Phone 1 skin on their website for USD24.95 (around Php1,400) + shipping.